Meetings |


Twin Ridges Home Study Charter School Council

10 a.m. Wednesday

18847 Oak Tree Road, North San Juan.

— Discussion of enrichment classes and sharing the campus with a forest independent study program.

Nevada City School District trustees

7 p.m. tonight

district administrative offices, 800 Hoover Lane.

— Discussion of a $37,637 bid to pave and curb two parking lots at Seven Hills School.

Pleasant Valley School District board of trustees

7 p.m. tonight

Williams Ranch School COLT Library, 14804 Pleasant Valley Road, Penn Valley

— Public hearing on textbook compliance.

Rough and Ready Fire Protection District

7:30 p.m. tonight

11042 Rough and Ready Highway

— Adoption of final 2002-03 budget.

— Discussion of Measure I campaign plan.

— Resolution on public safety services revenues.

Peardale-Chicago Park Fire Protection District

7 p.m., Wednesday

15057 Highway 174

— Adoption of 2002-03 budget.

— Update on water tender project.

— Presentation of floor plan from the station 2 addition.

Nevada County Board of Education

2 p.m. Wednesday

Salvation Army Community Center, 10725 Alta St., Grass Valley

— Discussion to support the Miss America education scholarship by providing each Nevada County participant with a $100 U.S. savings bond.

Union Hill School District board of trustees

6 p.m. Wednesday

10879 Bartlett Drive, Grass Valley

— Review of unaudited financial statements.

Nevada City Planning Commission

7 p.m. Thursday

Council Chambers, City Hall, 317 Broad St.

— Proposal by Belinda and Phil Carville to add a 3,180-square-feet annex to two 2,280-square-foot buildings at 569 Searls Ave.

— Proposal by Derek Dykstra to add a 390-square-foot addition to an existing 19th century house at 126 Boulder St.

— Proposal by Howard and Charlotte Dewer to remodel the historic Marsh House at 254 Boulder St. The work would include enlarging the dining room and master bedroom, and renovating an existing sunroom.

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